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Remodeling Companies » Articles » Pool Leaks

How to Detect a Leaky Swimming Pool

Home improvements are not just about remodeling your kitchen or adding a master bathroom – they are also about keeping your home leak free. Statistics reveal that 1 in every 20 pools leak as much as 1000 gallons of water each day. Leaking swimming pools are great water wasters - early leak detection will help you conserve water and cut down your utility bills.

Remodeling Companies illustrate the three main causes of water loss from swimming pools:

Plumbing Leaks
The filter and pump of your pool are common leak sources. Check for wet spots and puddles of standing water under your pool's filter and pump. You may also want to switch on the pump and inspect for any leak development. Call your local plumber for immediate repair should you detect a plumbing leak.

Evaporation and Splashing
Your pool is losing gallons of water through daily evaporation. Cover your pool when not in use to slow down the evaporation process. Swimmers can splash out water and waste more water. Prevent unnecessary splashing by not overfilling your pool.

Pool Shell
When ruling out the possibility of plumbing leaks, check the shell of your pool for water loss. Signs of a leaky shell can range from a cracked shell, damp concrete deck, loose tiles or a collapsing structure.



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